Future Moments MicSwap MultiTrack 2.0

Future Moments has released Future Moments MicSwap MultiTrack 2.0, the latest update of its mobile multi-track recording studio app for iOS. The program is tested and ready for iOS 15 and all-new Apple devices.

Collaboration features

Future Moments MicSwap MultiTrack 2.0 has new collaboration features. Content creators can share audio projects so that friends and colleagues can add new tracks and mixes to the original project. For example, collaborators around the world can easily add their own audio files to the professionally mixed audio tracks within a project. Musicians can record their individual tracks remotely and then add them to a master project.

Mac OS desktop

Future Moments MicSwap MultiTrack 2.0 update
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Users don’t need to create accounts to use the collaboration features. You can share tracks using your chat and messaging apps. With this release, the company has also extended the program to the Mac OS desktop at no additional cost. This means you can start a project on your mobile device and finish it on your computer.

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Microphone sounds

With Future Moments MicSwap MultiTrack 2.0, you can record using different microphone sounds with 20 microphone models included. You can also change the sound of pre-existing audio by swapping microphone models. MicSwap MultiTrack 2.0 can be used standalone or with an external mic or interface.

Audio mastering

The software also includes further controls with which you can adjust the gain, pan, reverb and delay on each track. This will help you to create a great sounding mix by helping to create separation between each instrument or voice. Users can also mix down their project to send to Future Moments’ AudioMaster app for instant mastering. You can record your audio files in Wav or M4a formats.

Pricing and availability

Future Moments MicSwap Multitrack v2.0 is available now. You can buy it from the App Store and costs $19 for a perpetual license. There are also flexible subscription options available. If you want to try it before you buy, a free trial version is available for download.

Pete Tomkies is a freelance cinematographer and camera operator from Manchester, UK. He also produces and directs short films as Duck66 Films. Pete's latest short Once Bitten... won 15 awards and was selected for 105 film festivals around the world.